The Central Fells

The Central FellsThe Central Fells are situated right in the heart of Lakeland, surrounded by the other geographical areas. The eastern boundary starts at the lowland area around Lake Windermere and Ambleside, travelling up through the Vale of Grasmere, Dunmail Raise, Thirlmere, all the way up to the Vale of Keswick in the north. To the west is the Borrowdale and Langstrath Valleys, and the Sticks Pass which cuts off the Central from the Southern Fells.

There are many spectacular fells which are very popular with walkers. They include treasures such as the ever-popular Langdale Pikes, the supremely lovely foothills overlooking Borrowdale and the ‘silent forests and gaunt crags’ above the dark waters of Thirlmere.

NameHeight (m)Height (ft)GPS ref
High Raise (Langdale)7622500NY 28074 09536
Sergeant Man7362415NY 28647 08896
Harrison Stickle7362415NY 28180 07393
Ullscarf7262382NY 29157 12172
Thunacar Knott7232372NY 27967 07990
Pike O'Stickle7092326NY 27399 07356
Pavey Ark7002297NY 28457 07903
Loft Crag6802231NY 27743 07135
High Seat6081995NY 28709 18049
Bleaberry Fell5901936NY 28565 19574
Sergeant's Crag5711873NY 27394 11379
Steel Fell5531814NY 31944 11157
Tarn Crag (Easedale)5501804NY 30358 09326
Blea Rigg5411775NY 30165 07835
Calf Crag5371762NY 30162 10410
Eagle Crag5201706NY 27535 12098
High Tove5151690NY 28922 16512
Armboth Fell4791572NY 29684 15965
Raven Crag4611512NY 30346 18757
Great Crag4401444NY 27002 14682
Gibson Knott4201378NY 31845 09923
Grange Fell4101345NY 26470 16274
Helm Crag4051329NY 32630 09353
Silver How3941293NY 32479 06641
Walla Crag3791243NY 27684 21285
High Rigg3541161NY 30860 21994
Loughrigg Fell3351099NY 34697 05139

The Central Fells